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Proof #3: Nikon D3x leak from Delkin

Is this the third proof for the upcoming Nikon D3x or another typo (see proof #1 from SanDisk and proof #2 from Adorama)? It smells like a proof to me. Why would three different, independent companies make the same typo with the same letter x?

Here is the official press release (I am sure it will be corrected very soon after this post):

Delkin Devices Offers World’s Fastest 16GB UDMA CompactFlash Card

December 6, 2007

For Immediate Release
Contact: Duke Doudna
Marketing Department
858-391-1234
ddoudna@delkin.com

Poway, CA. December 3, 2007 - Delkin Devices, Inc. today expanded the outer limits of CompactFlash card storage capacity and speed for digital cameras by announcing its 16GB UDMA enabled CompactFlash PRO card. This latest addition to Delkin’s Compact Flash PRO line boosts screaming fast read/write speeds—up to 305x (45MB/sec sustained transfer speed capability). Now photographers using UDMA enabled cameras such as the Canon 1Ds Mark III, Nikon D300 and Nikon D3X have a memory card that can maximize the full benefits of their camera investment.

“Delkin confirms its commitment to continuing leadership in speed, capacity and reliability of memory cards with this new expansion to our PRO memory card line,” said Eric Richter, Delkin’s Marketing Manager. “What’s more, Delkin’s complete UDMA solution for professional photographers is unmatched by any other manufacturer. Besides our CompactFlash PRO cards, we offer UDMA enabled ExpressCard and CardBus adapters, and a FireWire reader for the fastest download speeds to the computer. That’s critical for such working pros as news, sports, and wedding photographers, but any photographer working with larger RAW files will benefit.”

Photographers without UDMA enabled digital cameras and camera backs can apply the technology’s benefits to their workflow process right away. The enhanced card-to-computer transfer times are striking. Delkin’s UDMA CompactFlash Pro cards, when used with the company’s UDMA enabled FireWire reader and adapters, dramatically reduce the time needed to download digital image files to a computer. The difference may be crucial for those working in the field with battery operated laptops.

Delkin’s PRO memory card line combines high speed and high capacity with reliability. This is accomplished by using high grade SLC NAND flash products, advanced controller design, and quality control guidelines based on ISO:9001 standards. The company has supported Lifetime warranties on its memory products for over 20 years, while maintaining its place at the cutting edge of performance. The MSRP for the 16GB card is $399.99. Delkin’s PRO line of memory cards and other innovative digital camera accessories may be found in camera stores and distributors worldwide, as well as the company’s website at www.delkin.com.

Delkin Devices, Inc. is based in Poway, California, and its European branch office is located in Birmingham, England. Delkin has been “Making Photography Better” since 1986. From SensorScope cleaning products and Archival Gold Media to Pop-Up Shades, Delkin products deliver premium quality, innovative designs and an ongoing dedication to superior customer service. Delkin Devices and its products have become worldwide industry leaders in both OEM and consumer markets. Delkin branded memory cards continue to be a leading choice among professional photographers and others passionate about digital photography.

 

Of course many big name sites just blindly distributed the press release. Are we the only one that pays attention to the details:

 

and many others (just google "Delkin Devices Offers World’s Fastest 16GB UDMA CompactFlash Card").

 

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  • Arterio

    Things are looking good for a new Nikon flagship announcement soon!!

    Thanks!

  • http://www.xanga.com/matthewsaville Matthew Saville Photography

    The D3X is quite possibly the most obvious-to-guess camera that Nikon has ever made. There is almost no spec that could be debated. LOL. All we need now is for the release day to come! I bet it won’t come until after mid-July, however. We’ll se the D90 before mid-July though.

    =Matt=

  • Blog Admin

    What I had in mind was a proof for the rumors – so this is a real rumor! The evidence will come (or not) with the official release from Nikon.

  • Blog Admin

    Whenever it is  – it should be before the Olymipics or Photokina.

  • steve

    You sure have a funny definition of proof. How about evidence?

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